Psychologists Can be Pseudo

When you walk into a psychologist’s clinic and have your natter about the issues bothering you, the psychologist is most unlikely to immediately announce that there is nothing psychologically problematic with you. Instead he will ask you (in all likelihood) to come back for second visit so as to enable him to consider your facts ¬† more thoroughly both on the facts and clinically (with reference to authorities). This is not unusual among psychologists only – most professionals tend to take this line because of the innate need to self perpetuate themselves.


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